Specialist/Technologist, Pathology
Taxonomy Code246Q00000X

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Generally, the Specialist/Technologist, Pathology specialty is fairly evenly split between males and females with 55% of providers reporting their gender as male and 44% reporting as female. People living in California, Texas, Maryland, New York, and Pennsylvania enjoy living in one of the 5 most popular states/territories where Specialist/Technologist, Pathology providers practice. In all, there are 144 registered Specialist/Technologist, Pathology providers in the United States with over 17 of those located in California alone while around 16 chose to practice in Texas.
Specialist/Technologist, Pathology providers have been assigned the 246Q00000X taxonomy code in the NPI registry, which is a Level II Classification. Click here for more information about medical specialty types.

Overall, Specialist/Technologist, Pathology specialists practice in 36 different states/territories and can be categorized into 11 different Specialist/Technologist, Pathology sub-specialties: Blood Banking, Chemistry, Cytotechnology, Hemapheresis Practitioner, Hematology, Histology, Immunology, Laboratory Management, Laboratory Management, Diplomate, Medical Technologist, and Microbiology, among others.

Specialist/Technologist, Pathology

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(1) An individual educated and trained in clinical chemistry, microbiology or other biological sciences; and in gathering data on the blood, tissues, and fluids in the human body. Tests and procedures performed or supervised center on major areas of hematology, microbiology, immunohematology, immunology, clinical chemistry and urinalysis. Education and certification requires the equivalent of an associate degree and alternative combinations of accredited training and experience. (2) A specially trained individual who works under the direction of a pathologist, other physician, or scientist, and performs specialized chemical, microscopic, and bacteriological tests of human blood, tissue, and fluids. Also known as medical technologists, they perform and supervise tests and procedures in clinical chemistry, immunology, serology, bacteriology, hematology, parasitology, mycology, urinalysis, and blood banking. The work requires the correlation of test results with other data, interpretation

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